Proceedings of 2005 International Conference on Asian Green Electronics, 2005. AGEC.

15-18 March 2005

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  • Proceedings of 2005 International Conference on Asian Green Electronics (IEEE Cat. No.05EX962)

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  • Proceeding of 2005 International Conference on Asian Green Electronics (2005AGEC)

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  • Welcome from the General Chair of Conference

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  • Keynote Speech Dr. K.B. Chan

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  • Keynote Speech Mr Hamed El-abd

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  • Keynote Speech Dr. Denis Barbini

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  • Keynote and Invited Paper

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  • Portable X-ray fluorescence analyzer for the first level screening of materials for prohibited substances

    Publication Year: 2005, Page(s):7 - 13
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    We introduce a small, lightweight (@ 1.5 kg), ergonomically designed, hand-held XRF analyzer configured for in-situ analysis and screening of plastics for regulated elements. We show that the analyzer can achieve minimum detection limits way below a regulatory threshold level of 100 mg/kg for such elements as lead or cadmium. We also show that the portable XRF analyzer can be used for rapid screen... View full abstract»

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  • Design for green electronics, a great potential is still ahead

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    Design for green electronics is an issue which has been taken on board by many electronics producers. In this paper it is reported what the current status of these kinds of activities is - with particular reference to the situation in China. The carriers for this are 28/29" TV products. With help of the so-called environmental benchmark method it has been established what the differences in enviro... View full abstract»

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  • State of the art in material declarations: compliance management and usability for eco-design

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    Substance bans, recycling quotas, green products are some topics which affect the supply chain of the electronics industry currently. Keys for compliance are material declarations. This paper gives an overview on harmonization and standardization efforts world wide. The International Material Data System IMDS is relevant for the automotive sector, but is also a benchmark for the whole electronics ... View full abstract»

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  • Session 1

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  • Transition to lead free soldering - a great change for a better understanding of materials and processes and green electronics

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    The lead ban in electronics - enforced by environmental concerns and legal reality by 2006 through RoHS directive has initiated a broad rethinking towards eco/sup 2/-efficiency (economical and ecological) of interconnection technology its materials and processes. The implementation of lead free soldering however is not a drop-in process. In order to secure the production of high quality and reliab... View full abstract»

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  • Eco-design and beyond - key requirements for a global sustainable development

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    As long as basic technology development in the field of electronics is still nearly independent of environmental or sustainability-oriented consideration, promoting eco-design and an understanding of the sustainability concept is still very important. The paper Beyond Eco-Design presents a theoretical approach to sustainable development in the fast changing electronics sector. Within the approach ... View full abstract»

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  • Lessons learnt from lead-free soldering implementation - real example

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    This paper presents the practical requirements of implementing the lead-free soldering process, which include the material requirement with the summary of supplier positions and directions, design concern, process setup, qualification procedure and the common defects handling, also the way to handle tin whisker even without the industrial standard at the moment. The key issue is that lead-free wav... View full abstract»

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  • A reflow soldering retro-design system for rework station based on Q-factor

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    Currently reflow soldering is the primary process used for the assembly of PCB. We now have finite difference (FD) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling tools, which can establish the reflow soldering process models and compute out the detailed representations of the real reflow ovens. This paper presents the development of a reflow soldering retro-design system for rework stations with ... View full abstract»

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  • A methodical planning to enhance reutilisation potential in product design

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    Applying appropriate designs to improve the opportunity of reutilisation is a proactive and essential way to minimise the environmental impacts stemming from the disposal of retired products and to reduce the pressure on extracting raw materials. To champion this concept for sustainability and practice for a closed-loop product life cycle, a proper tool is often a necessity, facilitating companies... View full abstract»

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